Rasterize Objects in Adobe Illustrator CS6
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- 7A dialogue box will appear where you can begin to specify your rasterization settings. Object rasterization turns the object from a pixel image into a vector image. Ensure that your image is in high resolution, so you don't accidentally lose quality later on. Vector images can be made larger without losing quality, whereas pixel images will break and become distorted if the original was smaller than the larger image.Click "Rasterize..." in the "Illustrator Effects" section.
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